Vietnam’s stock market soars despite Covid-19 outbreak

Vietnam’s stock market soars despite Covid-19 outbreak

Despite the complicated developments of the Covid-19 pandemic, after surpassing the historic peak in April this year, Vietnam's stock market continued to conquer new heights in both the index and liquidity in May. Vietnam’s stock market continuously set many records by attracting a large amount of money.
Gold hits all-time high

Gold hits all-time high

The price of gold in Vietnam rocketed to an all-time high of above VND58 million per tael on July 28 due to the rising momentum in the global gold price.
VN-Index slashes nearly 23 points

VN-Index slashes nearly 23 points

Vietnam’s stock market dropped steeply on June 29, extending its losing streak to a fifth trading session as selling pressure increased due to information that the gross domestic product in the second quarter of this year merely grew 0.36 percent, the lowest level in the past ten years, affecting investors’ sentiment.
Gold surpasses VND48 million per tael

Gold surpasses VND48 million per tael

The price of gold in Vietnam continued to escalate by VND600,000 per tael (1.2 ounces) to above VND48 million per tael on March 30 although the global gold price retreated to near US$1,600 an ounce.